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Tealbriar Homeowners Association

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Mailbox theft

​It has been reported that mailbox thieves have increased in the Tealbriar area. The Board is asking that residents remain vigilant and report crimes to the local authorities promptly. Please take some time to review the suggested precautions provided by the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, below. You may also visit the U.S. Postal Inspection Service website at www.uspis.gov for additional tips to protect your mail. You may report an incident of Vandalism to the U.S. Postal Inspection Service by submitting a vandalism complaint online or by phone at 1-877-876-2455 to report mail theft or a vandalism incident.

IMPORTANT: If the vandalism or a fire is in progress, please call your local Police Department or 911 to notify them.

Follow and share these tips to help protect yourself and others against mail and package theft.

  • Promptly pickup mail - Try not to leave letters and packages in your mailbox or at your door for any length of time.
  • Deposit mail close to pickup time - Deposit outgoing mail into USPS Blue Collection Boxes before the last collection or inside your local Post Office
  • Inquire about overdue mail - If you do not receive a check, credit card, or other valuable mail you’re expecting, contact the sender as soon as possible and inquire about it.
  • Don't send cash - Be careful about what you send. Don’t risk sending cash in the mail.
  • Arrange for prompt pickup - If you cannot be home to receive a package, make another arrangement or use the USPS Hold Mail Service.
  • Use Hold for Pickup - When shipping packages, use the Hold for Pickup option, and the recipients can collect the package at their local Post Office.
  • Request signature confirmation - When mailing something important, consider requesting Signature Confirmation for the intended recipient.
  • File a change of address - If you move, make sure you file a change of address with the Postal Service and let your financial institutions know as well.


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